Reviewers Liked

  • Luxurious build, Outstanding performance when overclocked, UHD display
  • Blistering performance, Matte display with great viewing angles, Rock-solid construction
  • Very dense base and rigid lid; excellent quality and refined workmanship, Excellent performance, no throttling under stock speeds, bright display backlight; complete sRGB coverage, Excellent keyboard with good travel and feedback, easy overclocking with
  • Outstanding performance and built-in overclocking features, Quiet fans for a gaming notebook, Gorgeous 4K display, First-rate keyboard, Excellent sound (for a laptop)

Reviewers Didn't Like

  • Mediocre trackpad, Cooling of nonvital components can be better, Certain games cannot be played adequately at UHD
  • Gets hot and noisy, Extremely heavy, Extremely expensive, Shortage of USB ports
  • Slight backlight bleeding; slight graininess from matte panel, no G-Sync for native display; no touchscreen options, only 2x internal storage bays; no RAID options yet, fans never idle and tend to pulsate when gaming, only 2x USB 3.0 Type-A ports; none o
  • Display doesn't support Nvidia G-Sync, So-so battery life, Keyboard backlight a tad dim even at top setting, Just two "ordinary" USB 3.0 ports
  • Steep £2,400 price tag, Needs a next-gen GPU to shine, Tips the scales at 3.7kg, Short on I/O ports, Poor battery life